How to create autoban system based on server log

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How to create autoban system based on server log

Postby bischop » Sat Mar 04, 2017 12:04 am

Is is possible to type some script/bot/whatever with i can do auto-ban for some specific user joining on mumble server? (linux).

What i'm thinking right now is:
  • mumble bot
  • linux script added to Cron, what will grep mumble log, check is speciffic user already connected
  • and then if needed:
    • add new rule to linux firewall blocking specific dynamic IP address
    • or execute command to block user by mumble server (how? command line or ICE?)

Or maybe there is another way?

Is it possible to execute some command & parameters under linux shell to ban user by IP or name?


With linux firewall i know how to create it, but i prefer to use mumble-server to ban user insted.
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Re: How to create autoban system based on server log

Postby kissaki » Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:23 pm

You could use Ice or grpc to ban and unban users, yes.
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